Cleaning White Film Off Fish Tank Hood

By Linda 1

What can I use to clean a fish tank hood/lighting that has white film over it. I cannot seem to find anything to take the white stuff off the black hood.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

January 21, 2008

Try soaking it in vinegar. Or laying a rag soaked in vinegar on it. Will take a few hours but it works for us.

Good luck.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

January 22, 2008

Use full strength white vinegar. Apply and let sit for a minute or two to work at the gunk. Then rinse.

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By Louise B. 6 2,509 Flag

January 22, 2008

I agree with the vinegar. Usually the white film is lime scale from the water.

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By Karen 10 65 Flag

January 23, 2008

I just read to use not iodized salt and rinse well to get rid of lime in a fish tank.

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